ATM maker settles with SEC for $48 million over free trips and more for Chinese, Indonesian bankers.
Imagine racing to your credit union’s ATM machine for cash before having to catch a flight and realizing you don’t have your debit card.
Through the transformation of iPads into sophisticated banking kiosks and other frontline technology channels credit union tellers are able to work more efficiently than ever before while freeing up more time and opportunities to deepen relationships with members.
Mountain America Credit Union in West Jordan, Utah, the state’s second-largest CU, is testing Diebold Inc.’s video teller service to enhance relationships with customers who use drive-through ATMs.
Utah test follows trial at walk-up ATMs at Montana credit union.
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CO-OP Financial Services announced that it is partnering with Diebold Inc. to test two-way video member service on CO-OP Network at Diebold automated teller machines.
CO-OP Financial Services said it is partnering with Diebold Inc. to offer CO-OP ATM Managed Services for credit unions.
Fiserv Inc. said it signed several hundred new and existing clients to an array of financial technology services in 2010 and notched a couple new financial records, the Brookfield, Wis., company said.
The Canton, Ohio-based ATM provider Diebold Inc. has agreed to settle an allegedly fraudulent accounting case that inflated the company's earnings by at least $127 million, the SEC said earlier this month.